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You can try taking a male flower off, pulling off its closed petal and pushing the male bit onto the female bit
A clematis would be a safer bet, or possibly one of the more hardy passion flowers
Or those patterned jumpers for playing golf in
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It will be fine to dispose of it with normal garden waste or compost heap
If your soil is that bad, maybe you need to do raised beds instead and buy top soil in.
They tend to do this for one day each year
Looks like my winter honeysuckle too
Mine is on breeze blocks laid edge on. Paving down the centre for a path and soil borders either side.
Blairs - wouldn't a wooden base rot?
I used a two stroke hedge trimmer while studying horticulture at college, I found it too heavy to hold for very long. I have a small rechargeable battery Bosch hedge trimmer which is light enough for me to use